Press Releases with tag "metabolism"
Obesity May Cause Lower Levels of Vitamin D, Say British Researchers
Study sheds light on previous school of thought and possible health implications.
The Only Two Critical Reasons Why People Failed to Lose Weight and Way Out
Since the body weight and obesity epidemic has taken such a stronghold of the developed nations in the world, majorly the United States, Uk, Canada etc, it’s very important and crucial to examine its roots, causes, effects and solutions, not just
Obesity Linked to Liver Cancer Risk in Two Recent Studies
Obesity has been linked to many adverse metabolic conditions such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease along with fatty liver disease.
Study Links Humanity’s Evolutionary Success to Meat-Eating
The study compared nearly 70 mammalian species and found a connection between eating meat and a faster weaning process.
Mango Consumption Linked to Better Health in Two Studies
Researchers found that those who regularly ate mangos scored higher on the Healthy Eating Index than those that did not.
Limiting Eating Times May Override Ills Linked to High-Fat Diet, Study Finds
Turbocharged authors advise eating very lightly during the day and using extended periods without food to accelerate the rate at which the body uses fat stores.
Annual Cost of Obesity Is $300 Billion, Experts Estimate
The Congressional Budget Office predicts that obesity-related spending will increase an average of 3.6% a year on a per-person basis.
A Diet Plan That Fattens Your Pockets
Boomer generation health experts and authors, Dian and Tom Griesel offer tips to fatten your pockets while dieting.
Choice of Words When Dieting Might Determine Success, Researchers Claim
Researchers concluded that what dieters say or think in times of decision or temptation can make a huge difference in one’s rate of success.
Does Popcorn Have More Antioxidants Than Fruits and Vegetables?
A recent University of Scranton study concluded that popcorn has more antioxidants than fruits or vegetables.
Are You Ready to Get De-Hypnotized?
The co-authors of the new book The TurboCharged Mind believe people have spent a fair amount of time ‘hypnotizing’ themselves into bad patterns.
Benefits of Antioxidant-Rich Diet Documented Yet Again
A variety of fruits, and leafy green and non-starchy vegetables, provide the most nutrient density per calorie of any food choices.
Overeating Might Increase Risk of Memory Loss, Study Suggests
The odds of having mild cognitive impairment more than doubled for those in the highest calorie-consuming group compared to those in the lowest.
Sweetened Beverages Endanger Health of the Young and Old Alike
Fruit juice is often cited and used as a ‘healthy’ alternative to soda or other sweet drinks, but most commercial fruit juice is also highly processed artificially colored and often contains added sweeteners.
Studies Indicate Diet Supplements Inadequate to Maintain Health
Recent studies suggest that vitamins, minerals and other supplements do not help prevent acute or chronic disease and do not increase longevity.
Back Problems Can Be Linked to Diet, Say Experts
Weighing too little or too much, a poor diet, smoking and excess alcohol are all cited as being harmful to our spines.
Breastfed Children Exhibit Fewer Behavioral Problems
The study used a survey of British babies born in 2000-2001 including data from over 9,500 mothers.
All Soda Is Hazardous to Our Health Say Experts
In a recent article, Dr. Mercola equates soda consumption with smoking and makes a case for it actually being worse.
Rise in Women’s Heart Risk Linked to Sugary Drinks
Women who drank two or more sugary drinks a day were four times more likely to develop high cholesterol and diabetes
Avoid Regular Soda to Lower Diabetes Risk, Study Suggests
Replacing one can of regular soda a day with one cup of either regular or decaf coffee would lower diabetes risk by 17%, according to the researchers.
To Avoid Snacking and Lose More Fat, Walk During Breaks
Sitting for long periods has been shown to be an independent risk factor for several metabolic problems.
Green Coffee Bean Extract Shown to Support Weight Loss, Boost Metabolism and Help Combat High Blood Pressure
Green Coffee Bean is a super-effective, low-cost solution for weight loss and high blood pressure when taken daily.
Is The Concern Over If US Obesity Rates Stabilize?
There are over 180 million Americans who are either overweight or obese.
Organically Grown Produce Is Better for Environment, Researchers Say
New study suggests organically grown produce is beneficial for the environment.
Unhealthy Food Stays Popular Among “Health-Conscious” Diners
Sales of healthy items at places like McDonalds, Burger King, KFC, Cheesecake Factory, Domino’s, Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. amount to less than 23% of their sales